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burglarized back in 2009, but thanks to what appears to be his own mistakes, deputies have been able to reunite some of those stolen items with their owners. david molina is riding his trike around his complex again a month after authorities say this guy who lived down the street stole it. curious neighbors actually recognized their stuff in his garage. when santa clara county sheriff's departments busted 36- year-old ryan paradiso during a probation search. >> as it opened up, you can just see bikes and bike parts and you see pieces of things lying around knowing that something was maybe parted off 36789. >> reporter: along with electronics and a handgun deputies found some unusual things like civil wear and a photo album with the sun -- civil wear and a photo -- silverware and a photo album with currency from around the world inside. ryan's crime free allegedly started in saratoga in april when deputies say he brock into
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this cell phone repair -- broke into this cell phone repair store on prospect road and stole a worker's ipad. then did he some online shopping. >> he got on net -- he did some online shopping. >> he got on netflix and after that purchased a police scanner and was sent to a personal address that was not his. >> reporter: that led investigators back to his home. the woman who lived across the street got her toolbox back. she didn't want to be steen on camera but says she's had $10,000 -- seen on camera but says she's had $10,000 worth of electronics stolen over the last five years. she always suspected him. >> he would just walk across, go into my garage, take my stuff and walk back into his garage. >> reporter: within a matter of minutes? >> that's how fast it would happen, yeah. >> reporter: tonight ryan paradiso is at the santa clara jail on charges of burglary and probation violation held without bail.
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betty yu kpix5. tonight the standoff that had a fairfield neighborhood on lockdown almost eight hours ended about an hour ago. police find the gunman dead in his house. neighbors were told to shelter in place this afternoon. one gunfire erupted from the home. police and s.w.a.t. people surrounded the home all day. they entered the house at 8:30 tonight and found the man's body. it's going to be a bad fire season and tonight our christin ayers learned bad accounting in one bay area city could make it even more dangerous. >> reporter: this is an issue costing taxpayers thousands and putting some homes all over oakland at risk of wildfire all while fire insectors admit they're having trouble solving the problem. -- inspectors admit they're having trouble solving the problem. it's shaping up to be the worst fire season in years and oakland firefighters are worried. >> it's something that keeps me awake at night honestly. conditions this year are going to be dangerous. >> reporter: that fear is not
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stopping some homeowners from letting their lawns grow into fire hazards waiting to happen. we found the worst offender, this home at 200 panoramic way in the oakland hills. it failed inspection after inspection leaving the fire department to clean up the weeds and fine the owner. >> what our experience has been is there's a percentage of persons who are not paying those fines back to the city. >> reporter: tonight a new alameda county grand jury report blames fire inspectors for the doing enough to collect. since 2010 oakland inspectors have fined fire code violators nearly $1.8 million for failing to clear their weeds, but they failed to collect close to 1 million of it due the grand jury said to poor billing and collection practices. we wanted to see if we could find the scofflaws ourselves. the people dodging the fees are tough to find. we've knocked on this door a couple times in the past couple months, no answer. the property is foreclosed and
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the person who liz here refuses to answer. fire -- lives here refuses to answer. fire inspectors say it's costing them too much time and money to keep up. >> we're doing everything we possibly can with the resources we have, but when you have to conduct on average 100 residential inspections per day per engine company during hours of daylight, that's difficult for an engine company to do. >> reporter: but the grand jury is demanding change now before it's too late. properties that don't pay. >> and the grand jury wants oakland to create another department to collect those fees and put liens on properties that don't pay. tonight a bay area guy who stole millions in a ponzi scheme just learned his pushment, 20 years behind bars. aldo joseph bicalla promised double digit returns but didn't deliver a dime. he used his real estate office in petaluma as a front for his shady dealings. dozens of elderly investors
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lost everything. 17million bucks. tonight more than 280 people face charges as the result of a nationwide sting called operation cross-country. some of the arrest came here in the bay area. the fbi says the suspects are accused of luring children with money and gifts and then forcing them into prostitution. >> a lot of times they were coerced by what we call romeo tips, someone that kind of takes advantage of them. >> in the bay area police busted 13 suspected pitches and rescued -- pimps and rescued six children including an 11- year-old girl. a former concord teacher is on trial charged with 150 counts of sex abuse. opening arguments began today. tonight sharon chin introduces to us one mother who is trying to change california law. arti
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not guilty >> reporter: woodside elementary a painful memory for tina jones. she says it's where two of her sons became sexual abuse victims. >> the last 14 months have been some of the toughest of our lives. >> reporter: joseph martin has pleaded not guilty to molesting 14 students, but jones said the school didn't do enough to keep them safe. >> i just cannot imagine having a suspicion about something and just not reporting it. >> reporter: jones says she's already been urging lawmakers to come up with stiffer penalties for school officials who fail to report suspected child abuse. california and federal law mandate three dozen categories of people including teachers and teachers assistants must report suspicions of child abuse within 36 hours or face a misdemeanor. legal analyst paul henderson. >> if someone does not report, they can face up to six months of jail time and a $1,000 fine. >> reporter: if that person helps hide the suspected abuse, the fine can go up to $5,000 --
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>> that person can face up to a year of county jail, still a misdemeanor here in california. >> reporter: jones supports florida's law, a felony, the toughest in the country following 10 states' sex abuse scandal. following penn states sex abuse scandal florida's fine jumped to $10,000 for universities and $5,000 for individuals who fail to report abuse. jones says she wants to do what she can to keep every child safe in. concord, sharon chin, kpix5. >> jones is also pushing to extend the 1 year statute of limitations for victims to report the crime. a new theory tonight about pesticide use and an increased risk of autism. uc davis researchers found pregnant women who live less than a mile from farms where pesticides are used are 66% more likely to have a child with autism. >> it makes me happy to know that there is people out there
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that are still researching it to hopefully one day find a cure. >> uc davis researchers siamangs of genetic and environmental fact -- say a combination of genetic and environmental factors are at work with any child with autism. there will be findings released from the year long investigation into the deadly asiana airlines crash. three passengers died in flight 214 when it slammed into a seawall last year. we already know the pilots were flying way to low and too slowly, but the report could also focus on automation controls in the boeing 777 and the emergency response. we will have live coverage of the ntsb announcement on www.kpix5.com starting at 6:30 tomorrow morning. there have been dozens of aftershocks tonight from a powerful earthquake in alaska. the 7.9 quake hit in the aleutian islands this
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afternoon. the tsunami warning has been cancelled since. there are no reports of injuries or damage. secretary of state john kerry in baghdad tonight trying to put an end to the violence scarring iraq. kerry said this is a moment of great urgency after meeting with president nouri al-maliki. al-maliki agreed to form a new inclusive government by july 1st. the pentagon says it now has the necessary legal protections to allow teams of special forces to begin an on the ground assessment of the fighting. the first two 12-man teams made up of military personnel already in baghdad can start work almost immediately. at least two more teams are expected to fly in this week. they have three missions, assess the condition of the iraqi military, gaming be the threat posed by the -- gauge the threat posed by the insurgents beginning first around baghdad and determine how many more advisers are needed, up to 300. if the advisers can identify
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insurgent targets worth hitting without causing civilian casualties, airstrikes could be launched from an aircraft carrier in the persian gulf. new cbs news, new york times poll out tonight shows 42% say the u.s. has a responsibility to do something, but 50% say we don't and 29% believe that the president should do more 36789. coming up a bay area girl writes a letter to google asking them to give her dad a day off, tonight the response that surprised everyone. see on t-v. >> yeah, i got it. it's so red. >> might make you blush, but tonight everyone is talking about the provocative new ad you won't see on tv. ,, the wonder of summer is that
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hours. tonight ask any parent. they will tell you balancing work and family isn't easy, especially if you work crazy hours. tonight andria borba shows us one bay area girl's special plea to google written in crayon. g if h wednesday of >> reporter: does anything tug at the heart strings more than a note scrawled in crayon? >> it's a very forward kid. >> reporter: apparently not at google. a girl named katie wrote her dad's boss asking if he could have a wednesday off in july saying ps, it's his birthday. pps, it's summer. katie won over google execs. they're giving her dad a week of vacation, but in pressure cooker that is tech scott sein wonders if the crayon plea is a ploy. >> it looked like a present-out in a kid style font to try to get a day off.
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>> reporter: parents say between job and a family it's a balancing act. >> nights and weekend on call. it's really unfortunate if the kid gets to that point. >> i didn't go to camp mather with them this past week. they're going to their grandparents' on the east coast without me. >> reporter: stein agrees. >> the nature of the world of tech means i'm sitting at home and find myself glued to my phone and checking my tablet. >> reporter: 4-year-old annika wants nothing more than time with pop. how much do you love your daddy? >> too much. >> reporter: sharpen your crayons. >> officially google would not comment on the letter except to say it's the real deal. tonight a second death is being investigated at a popular music festival in las vegas. more than 130,000 people attended the electric daisy
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carnival. a san leandro man died saturday morning. a second person died saturday night. the coroner says it will take weeks to determine the calls of death. a stanford professor learned the hard way you can't crowd surf to classical music. dr. david glowicki is a well known chemist attending a performance of handl's messiah in the uk when the telegram says he got a little carried away clapping and whooping it up. some people in the audience got upset and forced him to leave. he admits getting excited but denies trying to form a mosh pit. it looks like the felon with a hot mugshot could make a fortune for looking like a hot gangster. >> jeremy meeks' for the won't viral when stockton police put it on facebook last week. blaze model tells tmz gangsta models are in now and booked meeks for as much as 30,000 a
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month. turns out meeks didn't always look like this. >> here's his mugshots from previous arrests back in 2002 and 2009. meeks is currently being held on $900,000 bail with no chance of getting out of jail any time soon. tonight it's taking the internet by storm. in the past five days more than 18 million people have watched an ad for something a lot of people don't really want to talk about. it's over the top and that's kind of the point. a bottle of red >> reporter: there ain't no party like a first moon party. >> surprise! >> my dad showed up. >> reporter: this two minute commercial for hello flo chronicled a mother/daughter war over the young girl's supposed period. all of her friends got it and she wants it, too so she fakes it with a bottle of red nail
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followish, but mom knows she's being played. >> we're throwing a first moon party. >> i was dying laughing on the edge of my seat. >> girls actually go through that and it was real. >> i think us really good and they should have more ads like it. >> reporter: it's a period ad and gets to the point and gets noticed. >> it's the reality of how embarrassing it is for girls to talk about it with her mother. >> reporter: ad execs say what we can get away with online we can't on tv. >> what you see on television isn't going viral because you tell me the product works well and is priced well. i'm not going to forward that to my friends. >> reporter: do you think you're going to throw your daughters a first moon party? >> i kind of forgot about that idea. i don't think i'm going to do that. >> there's even a funny part of that ad where this boy that's one of her friends walks in and said this is the most awkward birthday party ever. >> right he is.
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puppies are notorious for getting into trouble. >> one little guy in bakersfield really outdid himself. check it out. this is a little pitbull mix named junior who got his head stuck in the center of a wheel rim. his owner tried everything to free him, finally had to call the fire department. a little vegetable oil did the trick. journal was free. what do you think? does he look ashamed of himself? i don't know. >> no. i think he has a little twinkle in his eye. >> kind of hard to catch now with all that oil on him. >> what should i get into next? i tried that and it didn't work so well. >> curiosity killed the dog, i guess. >> he's up for adoption. i'm sure somebody will take him on. >> i'm sure it will happen in no time. so will a chance of rain coming into the bay area by thursday morning, won't amount to much, but it gives us something to talk about. in june it does rain once in a while in the bay area.
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if it does, it won't amount to much. we've got our sights set on thursday morning in the meantime. we're 71 degrees at 11:00 at night, san jose 61, concord 67 degrees, oakland 58, livermore 63 degrees. we'll have a pretty nice day tomorrow, plenty of sunshine around the bay area if we burn off the usual night and early low cloud. it is breezy today. it will be windy tomorrow, one of the reasons they have small craft advisories hoisted inside and outside the gate, gusts to 30 knotteds tonight creating choppy seas and a 7-foot swell. high pressure finally begins to disintegrate tomorrow afternoon and a couple things will happen. the winds will really pick up tomorrow to about 30 miles per hour. it will be warm inland. then we get a real push of low clouds through the gate and along the shoreline tomorrow afternoon. it will be warm through midday and then we'll really cool it down. you see that on the time lapse
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here which we're going to stop at midday. you can see the bay area is clear. the fog is hugging the shoreline and watch it come in as the afternoon progresses. the clouds will overrun the bay area tomorrow evening. we'll look for temperatures to come down. mostly sunny for tuesday, warm inland until midweek, a little chance of a sprinkle when it turns distinctly cooler thursday. tomorrow 701 union city, 82 at campbell, east bay mid-80s tomorrow and we really cool it off in the evening. in the north bay 82 in san rafael, 66 in the city, ukiah topping out at 89 degrees. extended forecast calls for the numbers to come down wednesday and thursday and they ram bounce up this weekend. so a -- really bounce up this weekend, so a little cool and then it's looking good this weekend. latest on sports coming up after the break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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ly went a bit too there are plenty of parking apps in san francisco, but one apparently went too far. >> the people behind monkey parking have been told to knock it off. monkey parking lets people auction off their space to another desperate driver. today the san francisco
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district attorney sent the ceo of the company a cease and desist order. it sent us this statement: >> they operate a business that involves basically holding on street public parking spots hostage. >> not your parking space, you can't resell it. monkey parking is based in rome. it sent us this statement. "as a general principle we believe a new company providing value to people should be regulated and not banned." rs. giants get dominated by a pumper with a minor league earn -- pitcher with a minor league earned run average over 6 and why the coach was taking it just like his players next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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league debut tonight, the gs wish he would go back. last year a player defected from cuba. after his big league debut tonight the giants wish he would go back. the first major league start, pitched between the upper 60s and low 90s. there's his own strikeout of hunter pence. he threw seven scoreless innings. they were scoreless in the 4th. hunter pence reached over. the umpire's review, they overturn the call and only give
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one run to the padres. padres up 3 -0 in the 8th. cabrera base hit scores one, hunter pence air names it into the dugout. padres win 6-0. the giants remain four games up in the national league west. miguel herrera, mexico casey coach, jacked out of his mind against croatia, scoreless 77th minute, a score on the header, mexico up 1-0. they win 3-1 and clinch a spot in the knockout round. this guy has tears of joy until he sees himself on the big screen, i'm a happy man, tied 1- 1. the second goal of the game, 2-1, they win 4-1 and win group a. first two match-ups of the knockout round are set.
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brazil will play group b runner- up chile and mexico will face the netherlands who won group bay. usa will get germany on thursday at 9 a.m. get ready for a sick-out, everybody. top five, please. no. 5, who is the mug with president obama. no. 4, 17-year-old chelsea baker used a knuckleball to battle the tampa bay rays in batting practice. looks like it worked. no. 3, this guy the east bay trying to impress girls with a wheelie at a pool party. oh, no. to tip the ball away. neth no. 2, chile may have lost to the netherlands, but they did get this great day. netherlands eventually get the 2- 0 win. no. 1, back to mexico/croatia, a
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score and then it's 2 -0. so watch mexico's coast. i've been to mexico during the world cup. that place comes to a complete standstill. nobody is in the street. i was at a taco cart and there was nobody there. i'm looking around. it was only 25 cents. i left a quarter. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,
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it turns out, classical muss a hell of a drug. a profess david letterman is next with adam levine. >> our next newscast tomorrow morning at 4:30. we'll see you then. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from the heart of broadway, broadcasting across the nation and around the world, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. i'm alan kalter. captioning sponsored by worldwide pants and cbs

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